Young Investigator Award for Excellence in neuroblastoma research
The International Prize for Scientific Research Arrigo Recordati was established in 2000 in memory of the Italian pharmaceutical entrepreneur Arrigo Recordati to perpetuate his legacy and to inspire biomedical discoveries benefiting people worldwide. Arrigo Recordati, who passed away prematurely in 1999, strongly believed in the power of research to drive the development of the pharmaceutical industry and provide products beneficial to public health and individual well-being.
To reflect its commitment in pediatric oncology, Recordati decided that the 11th edition of the International Prize for Scientific Research Arrigo Recordati will be dedicated to the promotion and recognition of excellence in research on pediatric oncology, specifically neuroblastoma.
Young investigators of all nationalities working in this area are eligible.
Applicants should be independent junior faculty who are not more than ten years from their terminal degree or eight years from the end of their fellowship and who are not employed full-time with a pharmaceutical company.
Basic, translational, preclinical, and clinical research projects focusing on neuroblastoma are eligible.
The winning project will receive a € 100,000 research grant.
The winning project will be formally announced during an Award Ceremony at SIOP Europe Congress (International Society of Pediatric Oncology Europe) which will be held in Italy, from May 13th to 17th 2024.
|Preselection of initials proposals||From June 1st, 2023 to September 30th, 2023|
|From November 16th, 2023 to February 28th, 2024|
|Award Ceremony, SIOP Europe, Italy||from 13th to 17th 2024|